The VAT Lady – Personalised training and consultancy to help businesses make their VAT and Customs concerns a thing of the past
Not many businesses can afford an in house tax specialist nowadays, but given the number of different taxes they are forced to deal with, they are often forced to hire specialists on an ad-hoc basis, often for a considerable sum of money. But what if your accountants could handle it themselves, freeing you of the need for specialist help and freeing up more money to be reinvested into your business?
The VAT Lady is a tax consultancy and training practice, with over 30 years experience working for accountants and international companies. She offers VAT and Customs advice and training in plain, jargon-free language, tailored directly to your needs, equipping you and your staff with the knowledge and skills you need to make sure your money stays in your own pocket.
The VAT Lady advisory and consulting service
Specially designed to help you avoid VAT penalties altogether by guiding your accountants through everything you need to know about VAT laws and their implications. More >>>
Bespoke in house VAT & Customs training
Have you thought about the tax issues when negotiating that fantastic deal? Getting it wrong can cost lots of money, so it’s important that there’s a thorough understanding of it. More >>>
VAT & Customs review
If you’re running a business, it’s unlikely that you’re an expert in VAT, customs, tax or book keeping. The VAT Lady’s VAT and Customs review will help you ensure you will be prepared for a visit from the HMRC. More >>>
VAT & Customs training workshops
The VAT Lady’s VAT Training Courses will make this typically impenetrable subject easy. If you are a business start up, an accountant, a bookkeeper or the head of a growing business, there will always be a workshop that’s right for you More >>>
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